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Musk also provided a tentative timeline for deliveries of Tesla’s Cybertruck, which will be built at a factory still under construction in Austin, Tex.
The first tentative calculation of tunneling time appeared in print in 1932.
Commercial-real estate company Squarefoot has been making tentative steps, like others, to return to its New York office space over the last few months.
Talks between the two companies are ongoing, but if a tentative technology-sharing and manufacturing deal announced last month falls apart, Nikola will revert to a “base plan” without GM’s help, CEO Mark Russell said in an interview late Thursday.
Two months later, the parties informed the court they had reached a tentative settlement.
A judge in that case found the arguments compelling and said in a tentative ruling earlier this year the charge violated the California Constitution.
Lute's eyes were quizzical as she asked with a tentativeness that was palpably assumed, "With—a—with Mr. Barton?"
He did it sketchily, with casual tentativeness, so that when it was found among the papers there would be no suspicions.
The fact that he remained standing imparted a tentativeness to the situation.
THE SHADOWARTHUR STRINGER
He nodded and swung away, moving with a peculiar tentativeness.
OPERATION TERRORWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS

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